The Research Initiatives

Our precision medicine focus allows for unique models of research analysis not otherwise available in standard clinical trials. We also focus our efforts on novel clinical companion diagnostics, food conditioning programs, food dosing mechanisms, and more to assure maximal efficiency of treatment and minimal side effects. Our in-house basic science laboratory studies new mechanisms of molecular food allergy diagnostics at the level of DNA, blood, the gastrointestinal tract, and other important organ systems.

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Clinical Precision Medicine Research

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Translational Science Research

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Laboratory Research

Our Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

November 2016

Randhawa I. et al. Correlating RAST, Component Levels, Skin Testing, and Epinephrine Requirements in Patients with Anaphylaxis to Peanut. Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Volume 117, Number 5, Supplement 1. P213. Nov 2016.

November 2016

Randhawa I and Morphew T.  Diagnostic Associations Of Ara h8 and Ara h9 Components In Peanut-allergic Children. Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.  Volume 117, Number 5, Supplement 1.  P168.

May 2016

Randhawa I, et. Al. Correlation of Negative Tree Nut Skin-Prick Tests and Successful Tree Nut Food Challenges Among Peanut-Allergic Children. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology , Volume 137 , Issue 2 , AB399. May 2016.